The inheritance rules for park homes are different from a ‘bricks and mortar’ house and are worth getting to know for your peace of mind. If you have lost someone and are worried about your own future and the future of your park home this guide is designed to help.
Regular external park home maintenance is needed to ensure your home is pleasant and secure to live in. Good external park home maintenance will reduce the need for and the cost of repairs.
Are you curious about park home living and want to know more? Here are five frequently asked questions about park home living.
The true test of any insurance policy is when you need to make a claim, so choosing an award-winning park home insurance specialist will give you the confidence you need, should you have to make a claim.
Park home insurance is very different to insurance for typical bricks and mortar homes and the claims that we receive are different too. Here are five of our most common claims.
If you live in an older park home, you may have found it difficult to get good value park home insurance, however, at Park Home Assist, we welcome enquiries from people living in older park homes and don’t place any restrictions on the age of the homes that we insure.
If you own your own park home on a residential site in England, you could benefit from a new government scheme to make your home more energy efficient.
With the eagerly anticipated vaccine being rolled out across the country, and many of us wanting a well-overdue holiday, UK Staycations are expected to boom in 2021.
The park home lifestyle appeals to many people, but what do you need to know before buying a park home?
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